|An illustrated history of the University of Nevada - Doten, Samuel Bradford, b. 1875|
On cover: 1874-1924
Keywords: University of Nevada
|Alumni bulletin and war service record ..|
Register of class of 1891-1918: p. 51-61
Keywords: University of Nevada
|Annual address before the Nevada State University, Reno, Nevada, June 2nd, 1898 - Platt, Horace G. (Horace Garvin), 1856-1910|
Keywords: Baccalaureate addresses -- University of Nevada
|Usability Testing (UNLV Web Forum)|
At the January meeting of UNLV Web Forum, Michael Yunkin from UNLV Libraries presents about the process and tools they use for usability testing of their websites. Learn more about the UNLV Web Forum at http://unlvwebforum.com.
Keywords: unlv; web forum; education; university of nevada; las vegas; usability; web; morae; library
|[Home Movie: Jung Family, Travel, 1961]|
Description: The Jung Family lived in San Francisco's Russian Hill neighborhood and created home movies of family outings, picnics, and trips in and around the Bay Area from 1952-1967. Dr. Edmund Dixon Jung (1914-2006) and Dr. Haw Chan Jung (1919-2013) both grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area and met attending the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF); both class of 1944. Dr. Edmund Jung was a doctor of internal medicine at the VA Medical Center in Oakland beginning in 1951, and Dr...
Keywords: Dallas; New Orleans; University of Nevada; Pon Yu picnic; picnics; Fairyland; Oakland; home movies; californialightandsound
|Insight: Year of the Ox / Diesel from Coffee Grounds / Corky Siegel|
Year of the Ox - The Chinese Year of the Ox starts today and festivities are planned throughout the region. Today on Insight, local members of the Chinese community tell you about the New Year and the significance of the ox. Diesel from Coffee Grounds - One of the challenges in making biofuels is the fact that it often uses something - such as corn - that people would otherwise eat, and that's contributing to a worldwide rise in some food prices...
Keywords: Year of the Ox/ Chinese New Year; diesel from coffee grounds; bio-diesel; University of Nevada, Reno; Corky Siegel; harmonica player; KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Drought In Nevada / News Network / Chris Enss / Food Network's Keith Simpson - Capital Public Radio, Inc.|
Nevada Drought - The kind of prolonged drought that is hitting California and Nevada is the type of disaster that is making state officials question the ability to support future population growth or sustain current agriculture systems. Joining us to discuss how Nevada is responding to this current drought is Douglas Boyle, Acting Nevada State Climatologist at the University of Nevada, Reno. Plus, we'll speak with Kate Berry, associate professor in the Department of Geography at University of Ne...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; Nevada drought; Douglas Boyle, Acting Nevada State Climatologist at the University of Nevada, Reno; Kate Berry, associate professor in the Department of Geography at University of Nevada, Reno; News Network; Jeff Hudson; California unemployment rates; unemployment rates; Chris Enss, author, Love Lessons from the Old West; Love Lessons from the Old West; Keith Simpson; Buy This Restaurant; Food Network show
|Insight: Deaf Bill / Addiction Recovery / Field Guide / Mushrooms|
Deaf Bill - The deaf community has long declared that deafness is not an illness that needs curing. A bill in the California legislature has recently fueled that fire more. The proposal includes an informational brochure that details medical options for parents of deaf children to choose from, but deaf activists say medical options are not necessary to fix something that isn't broken. We'll talk with voices from both sides of the debate...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; deaf bill; California legislation on information for parents of deaf children; National Recovery Month; addiction recovery; Field Guide to California Agriculture, A; University of Nevada, Reno; Paul F. Starrs; Peter Goin; mushroom scientist; UC Davis plant pathologist; Michael Davis
|Insight: Earthquake Test/Broadway's Ethnic Blocks/Anat Cohen|
Earthquake Test - An 8.0 earthquake is scheduled to destroy a bridge in Reno but don't worry. It's a simulated earthquake and a scale-size bridge. Today on Insight, you'll hear what researchers hope to learn from this. Broadway's Blocks - We start a tour of restaurants on Sacramento's Broadway with KXJZ contributing reporter Elaine Corn. She'll tell you about her new project "Broadway: Around the World in 30 Blocks." Anat Cohen - The Latin and klezmer-influenced jazz of Anat Cohen will be heard ...
Keywords: earthquake test; University of Nevada, Reno; simulated earthquake; Dr. Saiid Saiidi; Dr. Manos Maragakis; Glenn Biasi; Mike Keever; Sacramento's Broadway; Broadway: Around The World In 30 Blocks; Elaine Corn; Robin Datel; Anat Cohen; Gilad Hekselman; Mondavi Center; Insight; Sacramento public radio; KXJZ; Capital Public Radio
|Insight: Earthquake Regularity / Olympic History / "Weird Al" Yankovic / Sound Advice: Submerge|
Earthquake Regularity - Two earthquakes of magnitudes 4.4 and 4.5 surprised Southern California late Tuesday and early Wednesday. The United States Geological Survey says the seismic activity is "normal" for the time and place. Earthquakes, although seemingly random, actually occur with more regularity than we believe. At least that's what Glenn Biasi, a researcher with the University of Nevada, Reno, has recently discovered...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; earthquakes - what's normal; Glenn Biasi, a researcher with the University of Nevada, Reno; Olympic history; Bill Mallon, orthopedic surgeon and Olympic historian; Weird Al Yankovic; parody master Weird Al Yankovic; Sound Advice: Submerge Magazine; Jonathan Carabba, co-founder of Submerge Magazine
|Insight: Budget Update / Lake Tahoe Fish Decline / Oxycontin Kid / Laura Tyson / Festival de la Familia|
Budget Update - Gov. Jerry Brown declared yesterday that budget talks with republicans were dead. Today on Insight, we'll get the latest on this development from Capital Public Radio News' Capitol Bureau Chief Marianne Russ. Lake Tahoe Fish Decline - A new study has found a considerable decline of native fish species in Lake Tahoe since 1951. We'll talk about what this means with University of Nevada, Reno limnologist Sudeep Chandra...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; California budget update; Marianne Russ; Lake Tahoe fish decline; Sudeep Chandra, limnologist; University of Nevada, Reno; Moments: A Suburban Father's Journey Into His Son's Oxy Addiction; oxycontin addiction; prescription drug addiction; Brad DeHaven; Brandon DeHaven; Laura Tyson, economist and presidential adviser; What role will innovation play in the economic recovery; economic recovery; UC Davis; Festival de la Familia, 20th anniversary
|Insight: Proposition 8 Ruling / News Network: Nevada Caucus / Belva Davis / Jin Hi Kim|
Proposition 8 Ruling - A federal appeals court will announce its ruling on California's hotly divisive same-sex marriage initiative Tuesday morning. We'll have analysis of the court's decision as well as live reaction from Sacramento area opponents and proponents of Prop 8. News Network: Nevada Caucus - How important is Nevada's caucus to the Republican party and did it help any of the candidates? Here to give us an overview of Nevada's GOP caucus is Eric Herzik, department chair and professor o...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; CSU Sacramento; proposition 8 ruling; California Proposition 8 ruling; news network: Nevada caucus; Republican caucus; Nevada caucus; Eric Herzik, department chair and professor of political science, University of Nevada, Reno; Belva Davis; first black female TV reporter on the west coast; Never in My Wildest Dreams; Jin Hi Kim; Korean kumongo; kumongo; electric kumongo; Digital Buddha; Sacramento State World Music Series
|Insight: Radiation Health Concerns / Earthquakes and Tsunamis / Ballot Questions / Master Class|
Radiation Health Concerns - We'll speak with Jerrold Bushberg, the director of health physics programs and clinical professor of radiology and radiation oncology at UC Davis. He is an expert on the biological effects of radiation exposure and safety measures, and has investigated numerous radiation overexposure incidents. Earthquakes and Tsunamis - We follow up on last week's discussion about the earthquake and the tsunami that hit Japan...
Keywords: KXJZ; Insight; Sacramento public radio; Capital Public Radio; radiation health concerns; Jerrold Bushberg, director of health physics programs and clinical professor of radiology and radiation oncology, UC Davis; earthquakes and tsunamis; Lori Dengler; Humboldt State University; Geoffrey Blewitt; University of Nevada, Reno; California ballot question; Nicole Winger, Deputy Secretary of State of California; Freddie Oakley, Clerk-Recorder of Yolo County; Kim Alexander, President, California Voter Foundation; Master Class; Maria Callas play at Capital Stage; Janis Stevens; Jonathan Williams